Safety & Warnings
- These ramps are designed to be used as a method of raising a vehicle when a jack cannot fit underneath the vehicle. It is recommended not to get under the vehicle when using these car ramps unless it is supported by a secondary safety device such as jack stands.
- It is essential that these ramps be used on a hard level flat surface.
- It is recommended that one wheel is chocked to stop the vehicle potentially rolling backwards off the ramp.
- Incorrect use of these car ramps may result in injury or death.
- Inspect ramps before each use for any from blow holes, hard spots, shrinkage defects, cracks or other defects which would adversely affect the strength of the material. If these are found, don’t use the car ramps as this can lead to failure. Destroy or discard if worn or damaged.
- Always obey a ramp’s maximum load rating capacity.
- Never alter or modify this product in any way.
- Apply the parking brake when the vehicle is on the ramps.
- Injury may result if instructions are not followed properly. Be sure to follow each step carefully and take note of all warnings.
- Always inspect for any cracks or damages prior to using. Do not use if there are any signs of damage.
- Park your vehicle on a firm, level surfaces such as concrete or asphalt. Centre the steering wheel so that the front wheels point exactly straight ahead.
- Never try to raise your vehicle on soft or uneven terrain. If the ground shifts or the ramp changes position unexpectedly, there could be a serious injury.
- Slide the first ramp directly in front of the vehicle's front, driver-side wheel, until it touches the rubber of the tire.
- Put the second ramp into position directly in front of the vehicle's front, passenger-side wheel.
- Make sure each ramp is centred in the path of the tire so that once the vehicle moves forward, both wheels will stay completely supported by the ramps.
- With the engine running, begin slowly driving it straight forward onto the ramps.
- Slowly and steadily apply throttle until the vehicle begins creeping up the ramps.
- When doing this for the first time, be prepared to stop quickly in case you accidentally apply too much throttle.
- Continue driving slowly up the ramps until your vehicle levels out and then stop immediately.
- Get out and confirm that the front wheels are centred exactly on the ramps and fully on the flat portion of the ramp. If they aren't, drive back off and try again.
- Turn off the ignition.
- Put the vehicle in Park and set the parking brake.
- Use extra care when exiting the vehicle, which is now raised further from the ground then when you entered.